outscoring opponents by 86 runs after 22 games
Leads the league with a team .329 BA, Pitching has been equally as sharp to start the season.
Ryan Perry is obviously pissed that you all didn't vote him for Cy Young in S11 after winning 22; he's 5-0 with a .199 BAA and leads the NL in punch outs.
With Yannick Fonville pitching lately fans are now saying Francis Charlton Who?
should get a big boost next week with the return of Santiago Frias who should take over closing duties
I think it's safe to assume Roosevelt Murphy has underperformed in San Diego every season.
Hideo Tamura is an early front runner for ROY in 5 starts he has a paltry .144 BAA.
What use does an Nl team have with Aaron Stone anyway? (I believe he has a Disney show as well!)
ATL demoted team veteran Carmona as a high they are going younger.
Still reeling after the loss of CF Walter Lawrence in the Preseason.
The Alamos are showing no patience with Struggling Starter John Cho, after 4 starts he will get to work on his mechanics at AAA
Chris Durbin is on a pace for 144 stolen bases in s12.
CF Candy Zoltan is struggling to adjust to BL Pitching.
Late inning whoas leave Colorado 2-9 in Save situations
Preston Ward is not seeing the ball all that well averaging a Strikeout a game while batting sub-Mendoza
should be no surprise the lucky are the worst hitting(.221) Fielding .956) and pitching (9.14) team in the NL
Hitting an AL leading .311, OC has negated any thoughts that Wichita's fearsome twosome will dominate them in the post-season. The Chickens are so besting Wichita by .10 in ERA
AL leading pitching staff has carried an Offense that is not striking on all cylinders just yet. I would expect the hitting to pick up a little more then watch out!
The HOF rotation is doing their thing, but the bullpen might be a chink in the armor blowing 6 saves already this season.
Surprisingly 2nd in the Al in Strikeouts. With a virtual no name pitching staff, Where's the 10+ M men on this staff?
A team that has been in the top 3 in hitting for the past 11 years now resides in the bottom 5, pretty telling that the end of an era is near.
SP and Ace D'Angelo Guevara is being lit like a cheap cigar. Look for him to settle down and return to form in the coming weeks.
Cristobal Jacquez is averaging close to a homerun every 6.8 ABs
San Juan catchers have cut down 50% of the potential base stealers
One good thing about Fausto Guzman going on the DL, at least he won't boot another ball at the corner
Kevin Hatchers return from the DL this week should give Fargo a lift in a tough division.
When a Team's pitchers has an OBA over .300 you don't stay above .500 for long. Durham also has only 1 quality start this season
no power and the bottom of the AL in hitting, St Louis has still managed to stay near .500 for the season and with SP Don Witte coming off the DL things should start to look up
SP and rule 5 pick Jon Donahue could be on his way out in LV. With an eleven+ era that's probably a good thing.
RF Johnny McNeil has already tied his career high in Homeruns at 2. Check this guy for HGH.
batting a lowly .210 at home, not giving the home crowd much to cheer about
pitchers are featuring a whopping 7.51 ERA, ouch the ball gets spanked in DC